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Cox Named 2013 FCS Senior Scout Bowl Preseason All-American
Courtesy: Jackson State Athletics Media  
Release: 09/03/2013
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    Jackson State's Qua Cox has been named to the FCS Preseason All-American team. Cox was named to the South Defense first team.

     The 2013 FCS Preseason All- American football team is presented by the Collegiate Development Football League (CDFL).  The team is released on the eve of the College football season annually, as the final preseason poll.  Selections are determined through scouting contacts and player evaluations during the nine months leading up to the start of the 2013 season.  The CDFL is honored to showcase the 2013 preseason All-American players and to sponsor the fourth annual “FCS Senior Scout Bowl”, to be held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Saturday, December 21, 2013. The CDFL is a proud sponsor of all FCS, D2, D3 and NAIA college football players, who often toil in obscurity, yet truly represent the fundamental ideals of college football.

      The following senior players have earned a place of honor in college football for the 2013 season.  They represent the FCS level “top talent” for the upcoming college season and beyond. The CDFL staff wish them all, great memories, great games, and great success both on and off the gridiron.

       In closing, these All- American players represent the talent pool that will be evaluated to comprise the 2013-2014 USA National team for International competitions.  The USA National team, is coached by former NFL quarterback Gus Ornstein (, and features players from the collegiate ranks who will compete against a team of European All-Stars in December 2013.  Last year’s EAC game was played in Warsaw, Poland, won by the USA, 34-7.  The second annual,” Euro-American Challenge International Scout Bowl” will be hosted by the United States in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on Friday, December 20th , 2013, kickoff 7pm

      To learn more about these players, the” FCS Senior Scout Bowl”, and other CDFL events please visit:  Note : The FCS Senior Scout Bowl” the “D2 vs. NAIA Senior Bowl”, the D3 Senior Classic and the “ProGrass International Scout Bowl” are all supported by the Collegiate Development Football League.  The CDFL is dedicated to creating top quality showcase experiences for football players with the goal to provide players a “second chance” scouting look to advance their playing career.

(Note- Only graduating seniors in 2013 are eligible for this preseason team selection)

North Offense
First Team

QB-Jeff Mathews,  Cornell
RB- Shakir Bell,  Indiana State

RB- Marcus Coker,  Stony Brook

FB-  Jordan Neukirch,  Illinois State

WR- Greg Hardin,  North Dakota
WR- Jordan Harris,  Bryant

WR- Erik Lora,  Eastern Illinois

TE-  Justin Perillo,  Maine

OT - Billy Turner,  North Dakota State
OL - Steven Forgette,  Eastern Washington
OL- Kareem Williams,  Albany    
OL -Danny Kistler,  Montana

OL - Chris Elkins,  Youngstown State

OG- Ricky Archer,  New Hampshire

LS-   Chris Highland,  Illinois State
RET- Walter Powell,  Murray State
K-     Cameron Berra,  Eastern Illinois

South Offense
First Team

QB- Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern
RB- Timothy Flanders,  Sam Houston State      
RB- Zach Bauman, Northern Arizona

FB-  Darien Robinson, Citadel

WR- Tony Washington,  Appalachian State
WR- Kelsey Pope,  Samford          
WR- Shane Savage, Richmond
 TE-  Dez Beverly,  Arkansas Pine Bluff

 OC- Dominque Allen,  Central Arkansas           
OL - Dakota Dozier,  Furman       
OL - Kadeem Edwards, Tennessee State
OL - Eric Pike,  Towson

OL-  Dorian Byrd,  Georgia Southern
OL-   Jared Singleton,  Wofford

LS -   Richard Wright,  Liberty

RET- Niccolo Mastromatteo,  Coastal Carolina

K-      Dylan Lynch,  Jacksonville

North Defense
First Team

LB-  Clarence Bumpas,  Northern Colorado
LB-  Grant Olson,  North Dakota State               
LB-  Tyler Starr,  South Dakota
LB-  Jordan Tripp,  Montana
DL-  Terrence Fede,  Marist

DE-  Colton Underwood,  Illinois State

DL- Caraun Reid,  Princeton

DL-  Antoine Lewis,             Villanova
DB-  T.J. Lee, Eastern Washington          
CB-  Marcus Williams, North Dakota State
DB- Davonte Anderson,  Stony Brook
DB- Emory Polley,  Brown
P-    Mark Hamilton,  Villanova   

South Defense
First Team

LB-  Stephon Robertson,  James Madison
LB-  Al Scioneaux, Wofford
LB-  Wes Dothard , Chattanooga
LB-  Anthony Brown , Eastern Kentucky
DT-  Zachariah Kerr,  Delaware   
DT-  Robert Simpson,  Mississippi Valley State
DT-  Francis Bah,  Liberty
DL-  Justin Smith, VMI
DB-  Qua Cox,  Jackson State
DB-  Bookie Sneed,  Sam Houston State
S-     Julien David,  Howard

S-    Jestin Love,  Central Arkansas
P-   Andy Wilder,  Northern Arizona

North Offense
Second Team

QB- Jimmy Garoppolo,  Eastern Illinois

RB-  Carlton Koonce ,  Fordham  
RB-  Dominique Williams, Wagner
FB-  Travis Friend,  Bucknell        

WR- Jace Davis,  Northern Colorado
WR- Mark Ross,  Lafayette
WR- Gianni Carter,             Duquesne
TE-   Cameron Brate, Harvard
OL - Dan Shirey,  Villanova
OL - Seamus O’Neill,  New Hampshire
OL - Gavin Farr,  Southern Utah 

OL-  Bryan Witzmann,  South Dakota State
OL-  Dominic Pagliara,  Eastern Illinois

LS-    Michael Murphy,  North Dakota State

RET-Walter Powell,  Murray State

K-     Colton Cook,  Southern Utah

South Offense
Second team

QB- Wynrick Smothers, Central Arkansas
RB- Teddy Allen, Charleston Southern  
RB- Andrew Pierce,             Delaware

RB- Aldreakis Allen, Liberty

WR- Ben Edwards, Richmond
WR- Spencer Nelson,  Praire-View
WR- Diontae Spencer,  McNeese State
TE-  A.C. Leonard, Tennessee State
OL - Randall Harris,  Towson
OL - Doug Shaw,  Towson
OL-  Arinze Agada,  McNeese  State

OL-  Cameron Williams,  Norfolk state
OL-  Garrett Frye, Georgia Southern

RET-Kevin Fogg, Liberty

K -    Sean Baner,  Delaware

North Defense
Second Team


LB- Ronnie Hamlin,  Eastern Washington
LB- Dorian Bell,  Duquesne
LB- Anthony Morales , Weber State
LB- Bronson Green, Dartmouth
DL- Brad Daly,  Montana State
DL- Rakim Cox , Villanova
DL- Cole Jirik,  North Dakota State

DE- Michael Cole, Maine
DB- Jeremy Woodson, Bryant
DB- Kendall James,  Maine
CB- Calvin Burnett, Indiana St
DB- Manny Asam,  New Hampshire
P-    Paul Layton,  Albany

South Defense
Second Team

LB- Ben Johnson,  Tennessee Martin
LB- L.J. Perry,  Presbyterian

LB- Mike McClure,  Coastal Carolina       

LB- Ernest Adjei,  Delaware State
DT- Derek Douglas,             Citadel
DT- Matt Goods,  Gardner-Webb
DL- Shawn Shupperd, Eastern Kentucky
DL- Jesse Dickson,  Lamar
DB- Todd Washington,  Southeastern Louisiana
DB- Kadeem Wise,  Chattanooga
S-     Lucky Dozier,  Northern Arizona

DB- Jordan Love, Towson
P-     Bobby Wenzig,  Alabama State        

Honorable Mention (Players to watch in 2013)

QB - Gavin McCarney, Colgate
QB - Brock Jensen, North Dakota State

QB-  Jamal Jackson, Appalachian State

RB-  Kyle Harbridge, St. Francis

RB-  Austen Wozniak, Indiana State

WR-Walter Powell, Murray State
WR- Brendan Shannon, Butler

WR- Sam Hoekstra, San Diego

TE-   Reese Williams, Davidson

OL- Ben Stansfield,  Austin Peay

OL - A.J. Dalton, Robert Morris

OL-  Gasten Gabriel,  Southeastern Louisiana

OL- Jamey Cheatwood,  Coastal Carolina
C-    Mike Hunchak,  Monmouth
LB- Travis Merritt,  Drake
LB-  Rashad Smith,  Jacksonville State

LB-  Zach Olinger, Columbia

LB- Todd Wilcher,  Jackson State

DL- Terrence Fede,  Marist
DT- Leevon Perry,  North Dakota State

DT- Sullivan Grosz,              Cal Poly
DB- D.J. Key,  Chattanooga

DB- Gianni Olivas, Gardner-Webb
DB- Joe Rankin,  Morgan St.
CB- Ryan Shaw,  Arkansas Pine Bluff
DB- Jamison Knox, Alcorn State
S-    Ryan Shaw,  Arkansas-Pine Bluff

LS-  Hudson Smith, Gardner-Webb

RET- Fabian Truss, Samford

RET- D'Vonte Graham, North Carolina A&T
AP-  Richard Sincere, Sam Houston State

P-    Chad Zinchini , Tennessee Tech

P-     Dylan Shaddix,  Norfolk State

K-    Tyler Sievertsen, Northern Iowa

K-    Jamin Godfrey,  Tennessee State



  The Collegiate Development Football league (CDFL), is a football organization devoted to providing skill development and game playing opportunities for post high school and post college players between the ages of 18-25.  The CDFL is nationally recognized for its development of four Collegiate All-Star football games; the “D3 Senior Classic”, the “FCS Senior Scout Bowl“, the” D2 vs. NAIA Senior Challenge” and the “ProGrass International Scout Bowl”.  In addition, on the eve of the College football season the CDFL releases its All American selections for the upcoming season.   Both efforts serve as examples of the CDFL’s efforts to provide football scouting opportunities for players to continue their careers beyond college. 

  In closing, the CDFL has created and sponsors the official, USA National Team which represents the sport of American football on the international level.   “Team America” will again represent the United States in 2013 in The second annual, “Euro -American Challenge International Scout Bowl” to be played in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, on Friday, December 20 , 2013, kickoff 7 pm.  Last year’s EAC game was played in Warsaw, Poland, won by the USA 34-7. This game represents the CDFL efforts to, provide post collegiate football opportunities for players to play, be scouted, and attain professional contracts in the ever expanding European “American football” market.

  For additional information regarding the CDFL or this press release, please contact: George St Lawrence and/or Peter St Lawrence, Co-Founders of the Collegiate Development Football League and the CDFL Collegiate bowl game series.


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